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Public Hearing for 7th Road Corridor

November 3, 2011
Public Hearing for 7th Road Corridor

11/04/11  A public hearing on the construction of the 7th Road Corridor was held Thursday evening in the Commissioner’s meeting room of the County Building. The proposed two phase project begins at Pine Road and continues east to Linden Road for a total distance of 3.9 miles.  The corridor will consist of two-lanes of...
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Work Continues on the Community Resource Center

November 3, 2011
Work Continues on the Community Resource Center

11/04/11 Brent Martin, architect for the Community Resource Center on Adams Street said the steel frames for the entrances of the Community Resource Center are being installed by Industrial Crane, a subcontractor to Fetters Construction.  Progress on the facility continues with the exterior steel studs being in place. Exterior sheathing is mostly installed and brick...
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Downtown Revitilization Committee Updated on River Park Square

November 3, 2011
Downtown Revitilization Committee Updated on River Park Square

11/04/11 Members of the Mayor’s Downtown Revitalization Committee met Wednesday evening in the Plymouth Community School’s administration building. Committee member, Brent Martin spoke about the downtown park project.  Troyer Group will be presenting more developed schemes the middle of November; the new schemes will come out via email and the Troyer web site to...
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Rachael Phillips Will Sign Books in Plymouth

November 3, 2011
Rachael Phillips Will Sign Books in Plymouth

11/04/11 Rachael Phillips of Upland, Indiana, formerly of Plymouth, will sign her historical romance novella Pirate of My Heart at City Center News and Books this Saturday, November 5, from 10:00 a.m. till noon.          In her novella, or short novel, Keturah Wilkes, an Illinois Quaker girl living in 1825 near the Ohio River, loves...
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Time Change this Weekend

November 3, 2011
Time Change this Weekend

11/04/11 Indiana residents are reminded that this is the weekend they should turn their clocks back to mark this year’s end of daylight-saving time.  The change to standard time occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday. But most folks will “fall back” and set their clocks back one hour before they go to bed Saturday night...
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21 State Parks to Close for Deer Reductions

November 3, 2011
21 State Parks to Close for Deer Reductions

11/04/11 Select Indiana state parks will close temporarily for two rounds of controlled deer reduction hunts in the coming weeks. The first reduction is Nov. 14-15. The second round is Nov. 28-29. The participating parks will close to the general public the evening before each of the two efforts and will re-open the morning...
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Game Day Wednesdays at Miller’s Senior Living

November 3, 2011
Game Day Wednesdays at Miller’s Senior Living

11/04/11 Wednesday mornings at Miller’s Senior Living Community has become known as Game Day.  Residents gather in the Recreation Center and choose their partners for Euchre or they decide to play Chicken Scratch – a popular form of dominoes.  A resident who is new to Plymouth has also taught many to play a card...
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Coat Drive for Warm Up Marshall County Ends Friday

November 2, 2011
Coat Drive for Warm Up Marshall County Ends Friday

11/03/11 Warm Up Marshall County is a coat drive sponsored by Oliver Ford, with help from WTCA, Price’s Village Valet Cleaners and the Pilot News. Now in the 13th year, the program provides donated outerwear to those in need in Marshall County. The coats collected are cleaned by Price’s Village Valet Cleaners and will...
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3% of Students in Plymouth School High Ability, State Wants 5%

November 2, 2011
3% of Students in Plymouth School High Ability, State Wants 5%

11/03/11 The Plymouth School Board heard a number of reports during their regular meeting on Tuesday night. Among those were Maintenance and Facilities, High Ability, and Title I. Menominee Principal Michael Dunn, who is also in charge of the High Ability program corporation-wide, said they currently have 3 percent of the students in the...
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Mishler Recognized for Supporting the “Design-Build” System to Save Time, Money on Public Works Projects

November 2, 2011
Mishler Recognized for Supporting the “Design-Build” System to Save Time, Money on Public Works Projects

11/03/11 State Sen Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) was recently recognized by the construction industry for his support of the “design-build” delivery system that can save time and money when completing public works projects.  Mishler – ranking member of the Senate Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy – was named “distinguished” design-build leader and recognized by...
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